Last year, I shared these “Let’s Stay in Touch” cards that I used for my daughter to share with her school friends so they had each other’s contact information over the summer. (She attends a school that services several communities, so it’s not like they all live in our neighbourhood – in fact, only one does.)
I decided to create a new set this year since she has made many new friends after being in a new class. Also, last years set weren’t downloadable due to the clip art licenses, but this year I used clipart that allowed me to share it with you!
To create your own Let’s Stay in Touch cards, download the blank image below. Print them out on white cardstock and use a paper trimmer to cut around the edges. You can cut them in half right away and give each person two cards, but what I do is use a rotary cutter that has a perforated blade. Then, it’s obvious that they tear off the top, fill out the bottom, and return it to their friends before school ends.
Here’s your version to download. Click to enlarge the photo and then right click and choose save image.
My daughter absolutely loved these last year, and she is going to be so excited to give them out again!
These are so sweet and such a great idea! My girls will love it, thanks for sharing!!
These are awesome! Thanks for sharing!
Heidi @ Moms Crafty Space says
These are SO great! My boys always want to hang out over summer with kids from school that I don’t have contact info for, so these are a fantastic solution! Thanks for sharing!
Erin K says
Great idea! Totally doing this!
Donna Sullivan says
Great Idea!! This is exactly what Ive been searching for 🙂
Bonnie @ Uncommon says
What a clever idea and too cute as well! Thanks! 😉
Robin Buster says
New follower via G+ and GFC.
Jenn "Rook No. 17" says
Such a great idea! Pinned and off to share via G+.
Jenn/Rook No. 17
Shannon Hall says
What font did you use? I am adding my daughter’s info to the top portion and was wondering what font to use to make it match. Thanks!
Hi there! The fonts I used for the owl version were pupcat and MTF Elementary. What program are you using to add the info? If you are using photoshop, you can download both of those fonts, they are free. If you are using picmonkey, I would go with something thats handwritten, maybe shadows to light? Sue Ellen Francisco and Sacramento would also work nicely! Hope that helps!